Ministry of Frontiers, Nations and Tribal Affairs (Afghanistan)
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|Amanullah Zadran||2001-12—mid-2002||Hamid Karzai|
|Arif Nurzai||mid-2002 to mid-2004(?)||Hamid Karzai|
|Abdul Karim Barahawi||Hamid Karzai|
- "Afghan power brokers: Playing the tribal loyalty card". Christian Science Monitor. 2002-06-10. Archived from the original on October 28, 2008. Retrieved 2009-06-08.
The Zadrans are the largest tribe in southeastern Afghanistan – important enough that last December Karzai appointed one of Khan's younger brothers, Amanullah Zadran, as his minister of borders and tribal affairs.
- Waldman, Amy (2001-12-28). "A Nation Challenged: Disputed attack; Fluid Loyalties Are Laid Bare By a U.S. Raid". New York Times. Retrieved 2009-06-19.
- Thomas H. Johnson (February 2006). "The Prospects for Post-Conflict Afghanistan: A Call of the Sirens to the Country’s Troubled Past" V (2). Strategic Insights. Retrieved 2009-06-29.